A Human Movement
Wednesday, August 27, 2003
i apologize. i truly wish i were afforded more time in the day to ruminate on matters of the world and sift through the ever-expanding realm of information available online. i'd pluck interesting nuggets of information for you guys and apply my elementary html skills to their graphic presentation in the hope that they would occasion some discourse, or at the very least an immaterial reaction or thought amongst yourselves.

a human movement is not one man's movement; it's a collective movement that should ideally integrate the thoughts and concerns of those involved into a collection of expression that might spur along further movement and exchange. the blog's motto, if i may proffer one: MOVE SOMETHING> the only moving lately has been done by thom, he's shouldered a heavy load. but hey, i'm trying to integrate. i love this thing.

i am confused and feel as though my vigorous sensibilities are in a vice, i sincerely wish to give full vent to the forces within me. it's difficult, many demands are made over the course of a day on my organism and resilient mental receptivity. i sadly have only a few moments of reverie in a day's time to contemplate and meditate upon all that my special gray matter desires. for this i apologize, but i'll make a concerted effort to briefly collect at least once over the course of a single day my scattered thoughts, ideas and opinions so that a productive dialogue might be brought about that would challenge and expand the vital constraints of our collective cultural envelope.

my best to you all.
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